A whole $12. Don’t spend it all in one place.
There’s nothing damning here against Apple.
Hard to believe it’s been that long. Before “Corner Gas” or “Schitt’s Creek” there was “The BeachCombers”, truly “appointment TV” for Canadians of that generation.
There will be a lot of Zaprudering of this interview looking for hidden messages but I’m just glad Apple allowed them to speak so we can get a sense of the company’s views on AI and ML and where they are heading.
I hadn’t thought of Big Sur as being the “end of OS X” but I guess it is. Whether that is truly significant remains to be seen.
The energy loss from wireless charging shouldn’t come as a surprise. But convenience will always outweigh the disadvantages for most people. But, as wireless charging becomes more ubiquitous, the issues raised in this piece become more apparent.
I’m sure lots of you have seen this video on Facebook and Twitter this morning but while incredible, it’s actually fairly commonplace and “easy” as anyone who lives in an area serviced by floatplanes will tell you.
Souza is an incredible photographer with a unique ability to capture the formal and informal images of the POTUS. But, along the way, he has also become a political voice of change.
My family has very little need for a printer any more. We have a workhorse Brother B&W laser printer for printing off documents but, because of the rip-off that is the cost of inkjet printers, we’ll likely never buy another one.
Many of us can’t afford to buy stock in Apple at the $400 mark but we might be able to get a few shares after the split when it goes down to $100+.
I was a beta tester for SoundSource 5 and it works as advertised. I really like the ability to send sound to different apps at different volumes and audio quality. NOTE: SoundSource 5 is NOT yet compatible with the macOS Big Sur beta but Rogue Amoeba promises an update prior to the public launch of Big Sur.
Many people, myself included, have predicted this is the (relatively near) future of movies. Disney is just paving the way.
I don’t know if this is such a great time to be starting a “three-year depression study.” 2020 might skew the results.
In honour of his semi-retirement, I wanted to post this from Macworld Expo in New York City in 1999. I was in the audience when it happened and while we recognized it as a stunt, it was still pretty impressive. You have to remember that, even though WiFi was available, it was generally only in a corporate environment at the time and was hellaciously expensive. Apple, Schiller, Jobs, and the iBook democratized that and brought it to the huddled masses – and we broke free.
This is a big deal to those of us who hate reflections but can’t afford the $6,000 Pro Display.
Many motorcyclists are big fans of McGregor’s other series, “Long Way Round” and “Long Way Down.” I’m less impressed if only because they had a support crew of many, many people to assist – the trips weren’t “solo travelers testing their mettle.” I still enjoyed them enough to want to watch this series if only to see how they managed it on electric motorcycles.
I have multiple backups of all my Mac and iOS data, including a couple of cloud backups. I’ll add this to my repertoire.
Well worth the watch if you’re a fan of the bad boy of the comic book industry.
As much as I’d like a Series 5, my Series 3 is a perfectly good smartwatch at a great price.
I don’t know if Apple has actually “demanded” these discounts as the headline posits but I imagine it’s going to be awfully hard for a company that announced 55 billion pounds in profit last year to get any significant discounts from landlords who are “struggling” just as much.
Of course Apple Canada would do a video like this.
The CEO of Square is going to be unhappy. Many small merchants at farmers markets around the world are going to be very happy.
I don’t know if it’s scary, sad, or lucky it was “just” three young hackers who did this and not a nation-state or other bad actor. Probably a combination of all three.
Contrary to this story, the app has been available for a week – I’ve been using it each day to report in. Does anyone else use this version or similar apps in their country?
This is definitely significant. Apple is loathe to speak about “future products” and they never confirmed a late September launch so they could have said nothing and gone about their business. But I think this is an admission from Apple that, if the usual September announcements didn’t happen, the rumour mills would run even wilder than usual.
I see this term all the time in press releases I’m sent for various iPhone and iPad cases and I’ve always discounted it as marketing fluff.
Cook is giving no ground on the company position. Tomorrow’s hearing won’t actually solve any of the issues in play but it will be interesting to see how the testimony is received by the House members from both sides of the aisle.
The House Subcommittee will question Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Apple’s Tim Cook, Google’s Sundar Pichai, and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerburg about anti-competitive behavior. The execs will give virtual testimonies on Wednesday beginning at noon ET. They’ll also be questioned by committee members.
Not bad for the little streaming service that could.